Park to Park Half Marathon

Saturday, April 27, 2019 • Waynesboro, VACourse Map

Experience the best views in the Shenandoah Valley on this 13.1 mile point-to-point course, which connects Waynesboro’s Ridgeview Park to nearby Augusta County’s Stuarts Draft Park.


The race features gently rolling hills, mountain vistas and beautiful serene river crossings, all of which add up to make this course a “must do” spring race.

The race will be completely supported with fully stocked aid stations and a post race party atmosphere at the annual XtremeFest of the Blue Ridge. If your legs are still up for it after the event, scale the rock climbing wall or take a peaceful paddle in a kayak along the South River.

What’s included — Some of the best views in the Valley, performance wicking t-shirt, fully stocked aid stations, post race party with food & drink, finishers certificate and the satisfaction of knowing that a portion of your race fee will be used to help keep our kids active.

– Submitted by Dwayne Jones, Waynesboro Superintendent of Parks & Horticulture

Race Weather & Climate

Located at the southern end of Virginia’s Shenandoah National Park, about 32 miles west of Charlottesville and just under 100 miles from Richmond, the town of Waynesboro typically experiences mild to moderately cool weather conditions in the mid-spring season.

On race day (April 27), the average low is 42ºF and the average high is 67ºF.

Course Map

See the race route map for the Park to Park Half Marathon here.

Starting Time

7:00 AM

Course Time Limit

3 hours

Fees

see race website

Registration

To reserve your spot in the 2019 running of Waynesboro’s Park to Park Half Marathon, register online at RunSignup.com here.

Official Race Website

www.runthevalley.com

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1 comment… add one
  • Roni Jennings March 25, 2018, 10:12 am

    Are ‘finisher’ medals given out for race participants/finishers? I really hope so!

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